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by Erwin W. Lutzer
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  • Author:
    Erwin W. Lutzer
  • ISBN:
    0802409431
  • ISBN13:
    978-0802409430
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  • Publisher:
    Moody Pub; First edition (July 1, 2002)
  • Pages:
    247 pages
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    Ministry & Evangelism
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With a passion for biblical truth and intolerance for lies, Lutzer is compelling and gut-honest. It's a great read for anyone who desires to develop discernment in learning to distinguish between truths, half-truths, and lies.

With a passion for biblical truth and intolerance for lies, Lutzer is compelling and gut-honest. Who Are You to Judge? calls us to not only embrace the truth, but also to live according to it, speaking the truth in love to a world so desperately in need of both. Apr 01, 2014 Craig Ford rated it really liked it.

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In his book, Who Are You To Judge?, Pastor Erwin Lutzer examines the need for discernment in today’s church. Tackling everything from doctrine to dress, Lutzer explains the importance of a biblical approach to evaluating spiritual claims and relativistic culture

In his book, Who Are You To Judge?, Pastor Erwin Lutzer examines the need for discernment in today’s church. Tackling everything from doctrine to dress, Lutzer explains the importance of a biblical approach to evaluating spiritual claims and relativistic culture. In a direct but diplomatic way, Pastor Lutzer addresses the failure to uphold the standard of truth in today’s church and the ensuing consequences.

Learning to Distinguish Between Truths, Half-Truths, and Lies. What we don’t realize is that right judgment is the key to right living

Learning to Distinguish Between Truths, Half-Truths, and Lies. What we don’t realize is that right judgment is the key to right living. Who Are You To Judge? is Lutzer’s word to a culture that hates being told how to live and to a church called to purity.

Lutzer has authored more than 50 books, including Hitler’s Cross, which won a Gold Medallion award from the Evangelical Christian . Who Are You to Judge?: Learning to Distinguish Between Truths, Half-Truths and Lies, ISBN 0-8024-0906-7.

Who Are You to Judge?: Learning to Distinguish Between Truths, Half-Truths and Lies, ISBN 0-8024-0906-7. Seven Snares of the Enemy: Breaking Free From the Devil's Grip

Learning to Distinguish Between Truths, Half-Truths, and Lies. Their is a grave misconception in Christianity when it comes to "judging". EL lists several areas that we are told to judge or else find ourselves in error. Shloud be read by every christian.

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Find nearly any book by Erwin W. Learning to Distinguish Between Truths, Half-Truths and Lies: Who Are You to Judge?: Learning to Distinguish Between Truths, Half-Truths and Lies: ISBN 9780802409430 (978-0-8024-0943-0) Hardcover, Moody Pub, 2002. Why the Cross Can Do What Political Can't: When They See You Do They See Jesus? by Erwin W. Lutzer.

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Erwin W. Lutzer (2015). Who Are You to Judge?: Learning to Distinguish Between Truths, Half-Truths, and Lies, . 9, Moody Publishers. The author didn't say that. There is a mistake in the text of this quote. The quote belongs to another author.

Learning to Distinguish Between Truths, Half-Truths and Lies. Published July 2002 by Moody Publishers. The church is to be in the world as a ship is in the ocean; but when the ocean seeps into the ship, the ship is in trouble.

The author argues that Christians must get out of their complacency and exercise their reponsibility to distinguish biblical Christianity from the counterfeit spirituality and values of today's world, and make wise judgments in this nonjudgmental, politically correct climate.

Saintrius
Excellent work by Lutzer on how to "judge" a number of different topics. He also makes fairly clear that there are multiple definitions of "judging" in the bible (discernment, condemnation, etc.) and puts them into context! CONTEXT CONTEXT CONTEXT! As with anything in the Bible, do not take the phrase "Judge not lest ye be judged" out of context! The Church is very confused these days about judgement, and it need not be. We are not to judge a person's motivations or salvation but clearly in scripture we are to "judge" certain acts and behaviors among those in the body of believers.
Carrot
After reading this book, I found myself better equipped to make good judgments based on Biblical principles. The Bible is our best guide for life and the author helped me understand the meaning of many of the verses concerning important judgments we must make to stay in tune with Gods will.
Faebei
Erwin Luther is a great author with great insight and very informative. I’ve read several of his books. All good.
Coiron
I was blest enough to be part of the congregation of the historic Moody Church here in Chicago when Pastor Erwin Lutzer preached this wonderful series to the people he shepherds every week from one of America's great pulpits.
Pastor Lutzer, a kind, compassionate, gracious, loving man...PULLS NOT PUNCHES.
He address subjects that many ministers are afraid to tackle, and the people of Moody Church are the better for it. Appearances, Miracles, Spiritual Gifts, Discernment, Entertainment, Prophets, etc. They are all included, and it is sound, biblical, godly wisdom, sown from a heart of love for God's people.
I would recommend this book and this pastor to anyone, at any time.
Quamar
Excellent to straighten out misperception that Christians should never judge others
Kupidon
Great Book
Hi_Jacker
Excellent biblical guidance for this subject. Well written for easy and meaningful reading.
Lutzer's book points us back to the pages of the Bible, where we are told to live our faith, not just believe it. With many examples and detailed references to the Word, we are admonished to stand up for God's Word against the apathy, and now the nation's intolerance, of the absolutes that have been given us by the Creator. He reminds us also of the judgments that will be given to those who don't stand up for their faith, and aren't willing to defend the Word of God in the face of changing society. It's a great call to step out of your box and open your mouth to do something about what's going on in our homes and in our culture, instead of just watching it happen.